This paper discusses dynamic financial approaches to solvency analysis in non‐life insurance companies by explaining cash flow simulation models which are based on the planning of their typical cash inflows and outflows. Posits that these models take into account patterns of loss reserve run‐offs and asset cash flows by implementing several hypotheses that also include expectations about external economic conditions such as inflation rates and interest rates. Acknowledges the cash inflows and outflows have been planned over a period of time to evaluate how positive net cash flow (liquidity) leads to the increase in assets over liabilities (solvency).
Colombini, F. and Ceccarelli, S. (2004), "Liquidity, solvency and cash flow simulation models in non‐life insurance companies: the Italian experience", Managerial Finance, Vol. 30 No. 5, pp. 76-96. https://doi.org/10.1108/03074350410769083
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